A new book "Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion" by Dr. Stoyan Sarg
The scientific book offers a new method for LENR analysis and understanding of cold fusion
This book is a continuation of the original approach used in Sarg’s treatise "Basic Structures of Matter - Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG)", where the feasibility of cold fusion energy was predicted. The remarkable advances in cold fusion during the last few years prompted a new book to focus on the problems that bother many theorists and researchers.
Using the atomic models derived in BSM-SG theory, Sarg theoretically shows that overcoming the Coulomb barrier does not require a temperature of millions of degrees, rather an accessible temperature by using properly selected isotopes and technical methods. Furthermore, it is possible to obtain nuclear energy without the dangeorous radioactive by-products or they could be significantly reduced.
The book also provides a method for analysis of the cold fusion (LENR) experiments using the BSM-SG models, as well as a selection of isotopes suitable for a more efficient energy yield with a minimum of radioactivity. Finally, it focuses on practical considerations for selection of the technical method and the reaction environment. A scientific article by Dr. Sarg is published in the peer reviewed journal http://gsjournal.net/
“The cold fusion might be an environmentally safer replacement of the nuclear power based on enriched uranium-235. It also has a potential of widely distributed energy devices with a wide range of power at much lower cost", says Sarg.
Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion is available from Amason.com in paperback and Kindle versions. A recorded plenary talk on the same subject presented by Dr. Sarg at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration (2012), is available here: http://www.youtube.com/
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